Leaders in a Global Economy
2003 – 2008
Catalyst’s research series Leaders in a Global Economy explored the unprecedented challenges that require companies to address the talent management of their leaders. Global shifts in labor force participation rates of women, rapid changes in international competition, and demands for more inclusive workplaces have redefined what companies once described as “effective” talent management. This is especially true in different regions of Europe where companies face a host of evolving social, political, economic, and organizational forces that directly and indirectly impact the management of employees.
Leaders in a Global Economy: Talent Management in European Cultures (Report)
This report explores the experiences of pipeline and senior leaders in European cultures.
Leaders in a Global Economy: Finding the Fit for Top Talent (Report)
An in-depth study of the values and engagement of leaders in multinational companies.
Líderes en una economía global tras la persona idónea para la alta dirección (Reporte)
This is a study of the values and engagement of leaders in multinational companies.
Leaders in a Global Economy: A Study of Executive Women and Men (Report)
This study challenges some of the common wisdom regarding women in leadership and provides recommendations for action by companies.